Impact Award winner to speak about equine colic project at Nottingham Question Time

Wednesday, October 30, 2019
University of Nottingham

One of this year’s recipients of our Impact Award will be talking to her peers and colleagues about her pioneering public awareness project on equine colic at an upcoming Regional Question Time in Nottingham on 25 November 2019.

Professor Sarah Freeman (pictured above) is Professor of Veterinary Surgery at the University of Nottingham’s School of Veterinary Medicine & Science, and leads the Nottingham Equine Colic Project, which works with organisations such as the British Horse Society to raise awareness of the potentially fatal condition.

Professor Freeman’s talk, ‘Generating an evidence-based educational campaign on colic’, will be addressing the new evidence that the project has developed by working with vets and horse owners, and how this led to the REACT colic campaign. She will be sharing experiences of how the campaign has worked and asking whether we can change people's attitudes and behaviours.

...follow the link to the University of Nottingham's website to find out more...